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Stewart has big things in mind for Eldora
Eldora Speedway owner Tony Stewart helped bring the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series to the dirt a year ago. If that includes the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series, so be it, Stewart said. Stewart and Eldora promoter Roger Slack announced an expansion project that will transform the dirt track's infield, including upgraded concessions and restrooms, plus dedicated medical center and media ...
Jon Stewart launches mock Kickstarter to buy CNN
Jon Stewart has been a longtime critic of CNN, but when he heard the possibility that the cable news outlet might be put up for sale one day soon, he couldn't resist the opportunity to imagine what it might look like under his control.
Tony Stewart riding high from sprint car victory
Tony Stewart heads into the busiest week of his year riding high from a win in his return to sprint car racing. Stewart raced in a sprint car last weekend for the first time since he broke his leg in an extracurricular race last August. He missed the final 15 weeks of the NASCAR season with the injury.
Tony Stewart initially opposed stock cars at Indy
Drivers always say there's something magical about Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and the opportunity for NASCAR to race there opened the door for one of Jeff Gordon's most treasured victories. It was a race Tony Stewart initially opposed. Stewart, a die-hard open-wheel driver at the time of the inaugural Brickyard 400 in 1994, was one of the many IMS loyalists who firmly believed NASCAR did not ...
Jon Stewart Wants America To Help Him Buy CNN [VIDEO]
Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart wants to save CNN from making a joke of itself for $10 billion. Stewart announced Tuesday night the launch of a $10-billion crowd funding campaign to buy CNN out from under 21st Century Fox’s Rupert Murdoch, who tried to buy CNN parent company Time Warner Inc. for $80 billion last week. “CNN, America’s first 24-hour cable news network, has been terrible for many ...
Tony Stewart makes final preparations for Eldora
Last year's experience in hosting NASCAR's first national series race on dirt with a full-time staff numbering in the single digits qualified as an eye-opener for Eldora Speedway owner Tony Stewart. For all the effort and the hard work from his capable employees, Stewart says his own role is clearly defined. "My job is to show up and worry and get in their way," Stewart joked Monday, deftly ...